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    Aspectofbane is offline Member Frequent Poster
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    I did the disappearing serve to a low extent. I was playing with my friend and I did an underhanded serve. As he ran forward to hit it he said, "Why are you hitting it underhanded?" As it hit the ground he swung, but it curved slowly to the side. He tripped trying to hit it and missed. But it still worked.
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    kawaiikitsune is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    Lol. Maybe if you spin the ball, it'll disappear.

    I haven't really done that many cool moves. ;_; Moon Volley is about as close as I get to the PoT boys. Moon Volley doesn't really count though because it's nothing more than a really high lob on the baseline.

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    Most of the serves can be done, but of course less exaggerated.

    i'm suprised nobody in the anime has a really crazy slice serve for doubles. I used one when i played doubles in junior year of high school to bring the returner off the court, leaving his side open. Since i'm right handed, I threw the ball way right, which gave me an angle at which i could hit to the "outside", and with the extra spin the ball would bounce far enough away.

    My doubles partner had a pretty cool serve routine. His first serve was "weaker/slower" than his second, but he always made his second in. Pretty good strategy, since most of the time, people expect a bit of a slower serve, with more slice.

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    kawaiikitsune is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    Plus, none of the PoT player miss their serve. Lol. Except when they do it on purpose, their serve percentage is pretty much 100%

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    The Tsubame Gaeshi can be done in real life. It's doesn't sound like something i'd normally say but, playing in clay you can use the little lumps of it that form upon walking and being pretty lucky like my friend got when he did it. A mad spinning slice that hit a clay lump. I was blown away. :P

    And the baby Hakugei someone named, it can be done as well. A mad spin volley that goes high enough has the strenght to jump back.

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    Lol. That was me. I was playing doubles with one of my friends, and she did that on a fluke. It was pretty funny. The other team was so surprised.

    As for Tsubame Gaeshi, the PoT boys play on a hard court though right? Apparently, some people have said that it can be done. I'm not sure how though. Nor have I ever seen anyone do anything close.

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    In hard court it's pretty much impossible to do it. And I don't remeber well but I think that when they played against St. Rudolph they played in clay. I remeber Mizuki with a broom...

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    You have to brush a hard court, too. Or at least I think so. They usually brush the rocks, leaves, dirt, etc. off the court, right?

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    waterfall(only 200 km/h) ,twist,split step, snake , dunk smash thy souldbe no problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spanier View Post
    waterfall(only 200 km/h) ,twist,split step, snake , dunk smash thy souldbe no problem
    Waterfall is 212 km and it is nearly at the speed for the fastest serve for women, so it is impossible for a junior high student to pull off. Twist step, split step, dunk smash and snake are not problem though.

 

 
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